Canon LiDE 25 & LiDE 70

Discussion in 'Canon' started by Talal Itani, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. Talal Itani

    Talal Itani Guest

    My old HP scanner finally quit all the way. So I went to Newegg, and I
    found two really inexpensive scanners: Canon LiDE 25 is for $44.77, Canon
    LiDE 70 is for $89.88. I will not be scanning any photographs, since I have
    a digital camera. Yet every once in a while I scan a document. These Canon
    scanners seem to have good reviews. Yet I am wondering, why are they so
    inexpensive? What do I lose? Thank you.

    Talal Itani
     
    Talal Itani, Apr 22, 2007
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    Cari Guest

    Standalone scanners have come down in price because so many folks have
    switched to All in One printers. Personally I prefer the standalones and
    have had no problems with my LiDE80.
     
    Cari, Apr 22, 2007
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    deke Guest

    Pay a little more and shorten the time of making a scan.
     
    deke, Apr 22, 2007
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  4. Talal Itani

    Talal Itani Guest

    I will only scan black and white text documents. Even with that I am
    worried, $44.77 is an amazing price for a scanner. By the way, can jewelry
    be scanned with a scanner?
     
    Talal Itani, Apr 24, 2007
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  5. Talal Itani

    Talal Itani Guest

    This is very interesting. If the jewelry is flat, like a coin, I can see
    how it can be scanned. But, what about rings, bracelets, can they also be
    scanned with a flatbed?
     
    Talal Itani, Apr 24, 2007
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